McDonald's team breakdowns
Strengths and weaknesses of the East and West All American squads
CHICAGO -- The 2013 McDonald's All American Game will tip off Wednesday night live on ESPN at 9:30 p.m. ET. To help get you prepared for what to watch for during the game, let's break down the strengths and weakness of the East and West squads and what each team will need to do in order to win.
Strengths: The East has tremendous speed, quickness and explosiveness at the point guard position in Anthony Barber (NC State), Kasey Hill (Florida) and Demetrius Jackson (Notre Dame). Also in the backcourt, shooting guard Keith Frazier (uncommitted) can stretch the floor with his ability to knock down shots from deep.
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